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Should I Make My Child Study Over Christmas?

Should I Make My Child Study Over Christmas?

Authored By Sandra Younger

The Christmas holidays should be a time for fun and festivities, however this doesn’t mean that learning has to stop; in fact, this is a perfect time for children to discover that learning can be exciting and it can happen anywhere, not just at school! Studying doesn’t have to mean sitting at a desk, reading through textbooks; to study means: spending time learning about a particular subject - and if you think outside the box, there are some much more enjoyable ways to do this. (Of course, if your child has been given homework, or needs to revise for an...

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Festive Fun in Leighton Buzzard

Festive Fun in Leighton Buzzard

Authored By Sandra Younger
Whether you're planning a romantic stroll around the Christmas markets or some festive family fun, there are so many magical things to do, in and around Leighton Buzzard…
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Cost Saving Tips for School Essentials

Cost Saving Tips for School Essentials

Authored By Sandra Younger
To give parents a helping hand, we’ve put together some top tips for saving money when shopping for those school essentials...
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What are the benefits of wearing school uniform?

What are the benefits of wearing school uniform?

Authored By Sandra Younger

Uniforms vary in appearance from school to school. Some schools require children to wear a more formal uniform, including blazers and ties; while others have a more casual approach, like a simple polo-shirt embroidered with the school logo. Although school uniform may not always be favoured by students, there are in fact a number of benefits associated with wearing a school uniform. Read on to learn why school uniform is an important part of school life… Improves Safety School uniforms help to increase student safety. For example, a uniform helps teachers to easily identify their students on a field trip...

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Is Scouts or Guides Right for my Child?

Is Scouts or Guides Right for my Child?

Authored By Sandra Younger

Girl Guides and Scouts have changed tremendously over the years. Once known as separate boys and girls organisations, the Scouts are now the largest co-educational youth movement in the UK. Guides, on the other hand, is still just for girls, but has modernised its core values. They have moved away from sewing, cooking and hostess badges and now offer new badges and activities to reflect the diversity of girls and modern life. The Girlguiding website explains that being ‘girls only’ means that the girls feel free to be themselves. They also say that Guides are never told that an activity...

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